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Rancho retirees fight to retain healthcare

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to include comment from RSCCD. Libby Fuller began her career with the Rancho

College works to tackle growing housing insecurity among students

By Kate Harker The number of homeless students at Santa Ana College is currently unknown because the most recent survey

Primary subject is a maskless student seated, with pencil in hand and his mask on the chair arm. Student in foreground (masked) while seated with a laptop.
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  • April 21, 2022

District makes masks optional indoors

 In light of declining local case rates and hospitalizations, masks are now optional indoors at Santa Ana College.  Even with

Computer keyboard in the Cyber Center
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  • March 30, 2022

Get Hacking at SAC’s New Cyber Center

“Yes, we’re going to teach you how to hack,”  said Dean of Business, Madeline Grant, to the laughs in the

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  • March 29, 2022

On-campus food pantry tries to keep up with demand

The Fainbarg-Chase Thrive Center continues to accumulate regulars, often leaving shelves and refrigerators in the portable-classroom-turned-food-pantry empty by Thursday. Since

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  • March 28, 2022

District eyes another bond

Paint chips away from the exterior wall of 40-year-old portables on a hot, sunny day at Centennial Education Center. An

student walking in front of johnson center
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  • March 28, 2022

Enrollment bounces back

After losing one in ten full time students during the pandemic, officials say the district has recouped its losses through

Science Center evacuated twice in two weeks

The Science Center was evacuated and classes were paused briefly Tuesday morning after a fire alarm triggered shortly before noon.

Science Center evacuated after toxic fumes set off fire alarm

Byline: Sergio Gutierrez and Jon Espinoza The month-old Science Center was evacuated and classes canceled for about two hours Monday

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  • March 1, 2022

New building is a modern home for the sciences

Science students at SAC have a new modern playground for learning on campus. Starting spring semester, the 65,000-square-foot Science Center